Name: Vedad Ibišević
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Squad number: 9
Club: Hertha Berlin ( GER)
Date of birth (Age): 06/08/1984 (31)
UEFA competition debut:
Club: UEFA Europa League (Play-offs)
22/08/12: Stuttgart 2-0 Dinamo Moskva
National team: UEFA European Under-21 Championship (Qualifying round)
07/09/04: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-2 Spain
— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) November 13, 2017
Vedad Ibisevic retires from the national team. Scored some important goals for Bosnia including the one that sent us to our first World Cup.
— Albinko Hasic (@albinkohasic) November 11, 2017
Vedad Ibisevic enters the history book as he scores Bosnia-Herzegovinas first ever World Cup goal.
— soccerSTL (@SoccerSTL) October 15, 2014
2015 August 31 – Hertha Berlin sign Vedad Ibisevic from Stuttgart
Vedad Ibisevic has left Stuttgart to join Bundesliga rivals Hertha Berlin after two-and-a-half years with the Swabians. The two clubs have reached an agreement on an undisclosed fee for the Bosnian, who scored 33 goals in 86 Bundesliga outings for Stuttgart.
2014 June 10 NYT – Bosnia’s Cup Debut Turns Part of St. Louis Into Sarajevo West
“I somehow have a feeling, if I didn’t come to St. Louis, I would never have made it,” said Ibisevic, whose parents and sister still live here. “I have a great time here, at the same time developed as a player and as a person, gained a lot of confidence, met a lot of positive people.”
2014 May 13 – Nothing Can Stay Buried
Two decades after escaping the brutality of war, Bosnian forward Vedad Ibisevic has returned to his homeland to rebuild a shattered family legacy.
— Billiken Soccer (@SLUMensSoccer) May 29, 2014